All the ladies out there, attention please, here comes the HTC Bliss, a new Android smartphone aimed directly at women docked in its matching tabletop cradle is unearther.
Perhaps, world's first image of the new handset, shown below in its matching desktop dock, which is believed to wirelessly charge the device, as well having built-in speakers. As tipped by This is my next , the "colour of the handset and cradle are "somewhere between a forest and sea green, and the color was selected for its 'calming' effect"."
Bliss is set to see a Verizon release with a number of color-matched accessories, including the rumored notification charm bundled in with the handset, and a matching Bluetooth headset.
No word yet on which Android version will be on board, nor on whether Bliss will run HTC's Sense UI, but in the image above - which shows the device in the clock/alarm mode that it automatically switches to when docked - the Sense design aesthetic is certainly evident.
The charm is a cube-shaped device that is attached to the handset via a cord; when you miss a call or a message comes through, the charm lights up. This might sound bizarre, but the idea is that the illuminating charm would make it easier for ladies with big handbags to find their handsets, and the cord attached would make fishing the phone out of the bag equally simple.
Bliss may be just the first in a line of phones the Taiwanese manufacturer has planned for women, to be followed by the multi-colored HTC Glamor.